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Barbarian
10 May 2006, 15:17
Eid happens twice a year, and what better way to share it with your members?

Demo Link: Eid Mubarak (http://www.forumtemplates.com/forums/vbulletin/?styleid=66)

More Details: Eid Mubarak (http://www.forumtemplates.com/template/101.html)

Our Page: ForumTemplates.com (http://www.forumtemplates.com/)

Using the skin? Say that you installed it (http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/vborg_miscactions.php?do=installhack&threadid=115229)

People have been asking what Eid is - read more on Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eid).

Enjoy :)

Entire Series:
Eid (http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=115229)
Chinese New Year (http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=115230)
Halloween (http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=115231)
Christmas (http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=115232)
Diwali (http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=116582)

Holidazed
10 May 2006, 20:11
Eid Mubarak? I have never heard of it.

Barbarian
10 May 2006, 20:12
Eid is a Muslim holiday. Happens twice a (lunar) year. It is the biggest holiday (like Christians and Christmas).

Holidazed
10 May 2006, 20:14
Hmmm, what days of the year are they? What does the holiday represent? Maybe I should just look it up.

Barbarian
10 May 2006, 20:16
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eid - here you go :)

amykhar
10 May 2006, 20:17
The one cool thing about the bigger Islamic holidays is that they are longer than one day. When I lived in Egypt, it was pretty wild to have so many days in a row off from work.

Snake
10 May 2006, 21:04
Very nice there!

Ahsin1
10 May 2006, 21:50
nice!

username12
10 May 2006, 22:51
Never heard of it either... but I like the style.

alwafi
11 May 2006, 01:43
hello Every Body


I want to thank you for this beautiful STYLE already anniversary Muslims and the beautiful thing that designed Like creative people and, God willing, will introduce sites .

For the anniversary when Muslims do not know the meaning

I would like to allow me to bring you something for the simple


Islam teaches Muslims how to celebrate the `Eids. On these days, the Muslims take a bath and wear their best clothes.

Even though fasting is not permitted on the `Eid days, yet, the major part of the celebration is not eating or drinking - rather, it is a prayer that brings Muslims together to remember Allah's bounties and celebrate His glory and greatness.

The `Eids and their celebration in Islam carry a distinctive meaning and spirit. They are totally different from the celebrations in other nations and cultures.

For other nations, a holiday is a chance to immerse in worldly pleasures, or to involve oneself in prohibited acts to the utmost. Not so for Muslims!

For Muslims, the `Eid is an occasion to increase in good deeds. Each `Eid marks the conclusion of an important worship, and the determination to continue in obedience and submission to Allah (Glorified be He).

In moments of extreme pleasure or sadness, a Muslim never forgets his Lord's greatness, might, glory, and watchfulness (Glorified be He). A Muslim's actions are always controlled by this continued remembrance and awareness.

Thus the `Eid is not an occasion to take a vacation from Islamic responsibilities and commitments, nor to waste time and money in extravagance. It is not "fun for the sake of fun". Rather, it is controlled and directed rejoicing that is of ultimate and definite benefit for the Muslim.

The `Eid is a chance to multiply good deeds by bringing happiness and pleasure to the hearts of other Muslims, by helping and supporting the poor and needy, and by getting involved in pastimes that emphasize the strong and serious Islamic character.

FOR More Informatin :

http://www.islamonline.net/english/Eid_AlAdha/1426/index.shtml

thanks for all

alwafi

Barakat
11 May 2006, 02:20
installed and thanks for shareing it >

Barbarian
11 May 2006, 02:27
Even without the context I think the skin is one of our most beautiful.

egtrix
11 May 2006, 03:49
Great work ;)

Zia
11 May 2006, 04:13
Eid Mubarak? I have never heard of it.

hmm.....two biggest festival..

"Eid-ul-fitri" & "Eid-ul-Azha". This two festival in a year......


thnx for this skin.

alwafi
12 May 2006, 12:48
Warning :

Please change the star of Six because it is not for Islam and Muslims Please change it to the eighth
- or fourth -star

thanks

alwafi

Developer
12 May 2006, 16:06
The one cool thing about the bigger Islamic holidays is that they are longer than one day. When I lived in Egypt, it was pretty wild to have so many days in a row off from work.
Yeah, they are 3 days & 4 days
and welcome to egypt any time :)

and great style froumtemplates.com team ;)

sudn3sc3d
28 May 2006, 16:51
Wow Man Allah Bless You my friend nice job Mashallah

hbalagh1
28 May 2006, 18:09
Beautiful work

CP,
30 May 2006, 15:55
great skins mate! ive always wanted an eid one on our forums when eid came! Thanks heaps again! installs!

zooki
02 Jun 2006, 20:58
Wow MashaAllah,

I am new to Vbulletin, i have a dawah website, can someone help me out?

akulion
04 Feb 2007, 17:14
really nice theme thanks

wassim_saleh
05 Sep 2007, 07:58
Jazak Allah khair! Very nice.

Kadi
14 Sep 2007, 22:45
Wow! Great style!
I'd use it for Ramadan though, not Eid.
Love the shade of blue you used.

WhaLberg
14 Sep 2007, 23:22
Can you write "Bayramınız Kutlu Olsun" for logo?

Kadi
28 Aug 2008, 20:52
An updated version would be appreciated!!! :)

AriaPDA
15 Oct 2008, 11:01
bah bah . eyd mobarak . hala kodoom saal ? :D

islamicforumpk
11 Oct 2011, 05:00
Jazak Allah